Eagle iNspire fiber laser cutting machineClick image to enlarge

The Eagle iNspire fiber laser machine available in Canada from Paramount Machinery, offers fast cutting speeds and the latest in machine tool technologies, according to the builder.

A polymer concrete frame provides stability for the linear drives that produce 6G of acceleration and axis speeds of 350m/min (14,000 IPM).

The carbon fiber gantry and the new eVa head deliver up to 12KW of laser power to the material.

Combined with an IPG laser source the Eagle iNspire is the fastest and least expensive to operate fiber laser available today, claims the manufacturer. A standard two-year warranty instills confidence in the longevity of the product and its superior design.

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